Clairvoyance is a common intuitive ability that many people live with every day. The French word means ‘clear sight’ and applies when peoplesee colors, images, visions, dreams and symbols. These visions can help make sense of their environment - either literally or metaphorically - either within their mind’s eye or externally with their physical eyes.
How do you know if what you see is real?
While many people who are very clairvoyant actually discredit their clairvoyant abilities as daydream, wandering of the mind, wishful thinking and their imagination, most of the intuitive abilities manifest from the same side of the brain that houses your creative centers - you right side. This is the same side of the brain that houses imagination, however, imagining is seeing what is not perceivable by the physical world. Your imagination houses the seeds of the clairvoyant images, lights or shapes that start to appear in the same way that all creative and free expression of your soul manifests - with imagery.
Are you curious if you are clairvoyant? Take the quiz below and find out! A score of 0-5 means you are likely not clairvoyant, 6-10 means you have clairvoyant capacity, and 11-15 means clairvoyance is likely one of your primary gifts! Have fun!
1) I can see auras, colors, or energy fields around people. Y/N
2) I have a wonderful sense of design. Y/N
3) I often have waking visions/premonitions. Y/N
4) I can see the molecular structure of plants and trees. Y/N
5) I often have lucid dreams. Y/N
6) I can picture what something will look like before it’s done. Y/N
7) I can see disease/imbalance in people’s bodies. Y/N
8) I can see energy field interactions of plants, animals, & humans. Y/N
9) I am very creative. Y/N
10) I love bright colors. Y/N
11) I sometimes see spirits, angels, or entities. Y/N
12) I can see tracers of light behind people’s movements. Y/N
13) I can see the letters of the words coming out of people’s mouths as they speak. Y/N
14) I am prone to headaches and feeling spacy. Y/N
15) It can be hard to concentrate with the excess visual stimulus. Y/N